McFarland House at Hyatt Regency Hua Hin

Hungry Hong Kong

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Pork ChopDaniel Haddad

Set in a nostalgic and beautifully restored 19th Century pavilion and featuring an irresistible menu of modern European favourites, McFarland House is a must dine destination while visiting Hua Hin. We instantly fell for the stylish and ambient design alongside their idyllic beachfront location and semi-open air seating. Every dish was not only beautifully displayed but full of fresh, healthy, high quality ingredients.

We booked a table at the front of the restaurant and enjoyed the sea breeze and sound of waves against the shore while we delved into a mouthwatering feast. The menu is European inspired with juicy cuts of steak and fresh seafood.

Recommended appetizers included the "Hawaiian Twist" Yellowfin Tuna Poke, Soy & Sesame, Avocado, Compressed Cucumber, Onion Pickle and Thai Crispy Cracker, the "Pears of Japan Sea" Sustainable Seared Hokkaido Scallops, Ikura Salmon Roe, Dashi Broth, Cauliflower & Lime Puree, Seaweed Pickle and MFH Garden Herbs, and the "Iceberg and Corn Fritters" Iceberg Lettuce, Fried Corn Fritters, Farang Chili Jam, Fermented Corn, MFH Herbs and Lime.

Favourite main courses included the "Organic Bird" Organic Chicken Breast, Heirloom Carrots, Truffle Mash, Sloan’s Bacon & Mushroom Fricassee and Porcini Mushroom Sauce, the "George Bradley Burger" MFH Signature Beef Patty, Caramelized Onions, Homemade Pickles, MFH Sauce, Melted Gruyère Cheese, Hand-Cut Steak Fries, House-Made Tomato Ketchup and Garlic Aioli, and the "Sloan's Pork Chop" Roasted Free-Range Pork, Sweet Cabbage, Pickled Plum, Roast Onion and Mustard Jus.

Finish with their sweet and indulgent "McFarland Sticky Toffee Pudding" Warm Caramel Sauce, Banana Ice Cream, Mascarpone and Candied Walnut for a decadent end.

Stop by for a hearty breakfast, refined afternoon tea, or romantic dinner and enjoy the unparalleled sophisticated ambiance. They also have a weekly Sunday Brunch that's perfect for celebrations or relaxed weekends with the family.

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